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David Gillen

David Gillen

Ph.D. (University of Toronto)
Director, Centre for Transportation Studies
YVR Professor of Transportation Policy
Professor, Operations and Logistics Division

Contact Information

Office Henry Angus - HA 473
Tel (604) 822-8352
Email david.gillen@sauder.ubc.ca

Research Interests

  • Industrial Organization, Corporate and Management Strategies, Competition Policy 
  • Transportation and Regulatory Economics, Aviation and Air Transport Economics, Urban Transportation, Travel Demand Analysis, Choice Modeling, Application of Management Economics to Transportation Policy and Planning, Performance and Productivity Analysis, Economics of Strategy.

Courses Taught in 2018-2019

  •  Quantitative Policy Analysis (BCom)

Selected Recent Publications

  • David Gillen and Hamed Hasheminia (2018), Empirical Analysis and Simulation Modeling of a Canadian Seaport Transportation Network, Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, Vol. 16, No. 1 (March) 17-35
  • David Gillen and Ashish Lall (2018), Commoditization and Segmentation in Airline Markets, Chapter 3 in James People’s and John Bitzan (eds) Contemporary Issues in Transportation Economics: Essays in Honor of Theodore Keeler, Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam 2018
  • David Gillen and William Morrison (2017), Airline Deregulation in Canada and the Sustainability of Competition, Chapter 3 in Matthias Finger and Kenneth Button (eds), Air Transport Liberalization: A Critical Assessment Edward Elgar Publishing 2017 
  • David Gillen (2018), Liberalization and Competition – Mature Airline Markets, Chapter 18 in Anne Graham and Nigel Halpern (eds), The Routledge Companion to Air Transport Management.
  • David Gillen and William Morrison (2017), Economic Perspectives on Aviation Security, Chapter 16 in Matthias Finger and Kenneth Button (eds), Air Transport Liberalization: A Critical Assessment Edward Elgar Publishing 2017
  • David Gillen (2017), Aviation Economics and Forecasting, Chapter 2 in Steven Ison and Lucy Budd (eds) Air Transport Management: An International Perspective, Routledge- Taylor & Francis UK

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